Tamara Aupaumut (Stockbridge-Munsee Community Band of Mohican Indians, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, and Brothertown Indian Nation) works in many mediums to convey deep explorations of life and death, survival and perseverance, and creation and destruction to provoke emotions and spark curiosity, thought, and dialogue.
Jeremy Pomani (Navajo and Chippewa) is an abstract painter, inspired by his travels and family adventures. He is a part of Rise’s Art Speaks program where he works with an art therapist on a wide range of innovative and creative art projects. Rise is a private, nonprofit organization that offers people who have disabilities and other barriers, employment, housing support, and life in the community.
Exhibit runs through 2/8/2019 at Two Rivers Gallery (in the Minneapolis American Indian Center), 1530 E. Franklin, Minneapolis. It is free and open to all ages Call 612-879-1780.